Many Voices project with Scottish PEN

Many Voices project with Scottish PEN

Move On were delighted to work in partnership with Scottish PEN on their "Many Voices" project. The project worked with six groups across Scotland: Move On, Fife College working at HMP and YOI Polmont, International Women's Group Glasgow North, LGBT Youth Scotland and...

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Become a Young Inspector Volunteer

The Care Inspectorate are currently recruiting Young Inspection Volunteers to be involved in the inspection of services for children and young people throughout Scotland. Young inspector volunteers are 18 – 26 years old and have a personal experience of using services...

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Meet our trainees – Grant

Meet our trainees – Grant

I came to Move On as I wanted to learn new skills, meet new folk and help vulnerable people. Working here has been a brilliant experience as I’ve had the opportunity to get involved in things I’ve never done before. I can now drive a forklift.  I also get to work with...

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Caz’s blog

My name is Caz, I am 31 years old and have been engaging with Move On for at least over 5 years now.  When I just arrived at Move On I was very interested in what they had to offer to the likes of young people like myself who maybe didn’t achieve the best grades at...

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Meet our development workers – Declan

Meet our development workers – Declan

I was first referred to Move On when I was 15 years old. I was referred by a worker of mine from a project I was attending called C.L.A.S.S – this was a social work initiative to support young people who had shown long-term disengagement from school. During these...

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Meet our trainees – Ryan

Meet our trainees – Ryan

At the start of my journey with Move On I did the Fareshare Employability course on a voluntary basis. I built up my skills and knowledge of the third sector and realised that youth work was what I wanted to do with my life. I was in some sticky situations before and...

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Meet our peer educators – Charlie

Meet our peer educators – Charlie

I first came to Move On when I was 17 as a participant for the peer educator training. I didn’t know much about Move On nor did I know the massive impact it would have on my life. When I first started my training I was angry, competitive, didn’t listen to others and...

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Meet our trainees – Kelly

Meet our trainees – Kelly

I started off being in care due to family problems as mum turned really ill. Unfortunately she was that ill that she couldn’t look after me any longer. I moved from place to place for couple of months then I found a place where I thought I would have been really happy...

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Meet our mentees – Dharma

Meet our mentees – Dharma

I have been a part of Move On's Glasgow mentoring service for 14 months now and I have enjoyed the time so far. I would recommend this service to young people in Glasgow who have experienced being in care. Move On is celebrating their 20th birthday and for this some...

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Meet our trainees – Stephen

Meet our trainees – Stephen

This a story about my journey to MOVE ON. When I was young I always wanted to be a soldier like my uncle and serve my country.  My time with the army didn’t work out how I planned it so I ended up leaving under bad circumstances. I soon realised I didn’t know what I...

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